10 Reasons Why your Feet Hurt All the Time and How to Fix it

by DailyHealthPost Editorial

causes of foot pain

foot pain causesOur feet carry us around wherever we wish to go. We, however, pay them little mind unless they’re causing some kind of pain or discomfort.

When this kind of pain hits, it can be difficult to stand, walk, or conduct everyday activities.

Pain in the foot can manifest itself in the toes, arches, and heels. It’s so common, in fact, that a “…survey from the Institute for Preventive Foot Health shows that nearly 80 percent of people ages 21 and older have had at least one problem with their feet.” (1)

Luckily, this pain is very treatable, just read the list of causes of foot pain below to find out how to do it.

10 Most Common Causes of Foot Pain

Once you know what you’re suffering from, it’s a lot easier to seek treatment and get you feet back to health.

1. Plantar Fasciitis

This common foot problem starts in the connective tissue that connects the heel to the toes. When it becomes injured or inflamed, it may cause arch and heel pain (2).

Wearing proper footwear with arch support and strengthening and stretching the feet and calves are equally important.

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2. Flat feet

Fallen arches occur when the tendons in your calves don’t pull together properly. This causes the natural upward arch in the middle of your foot to fall flat. Children and pregnant women experience fallen arches, but only temporarily. Aging, diabetes, genetics, injury, and obesity may also cause the condition (3).

To ease the swelling and aches, orthotics might be order. It’s also advised to seek help from a podiatrist to get a proper diagnosis.